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Jeff Timmons: Hitting the High Notes

You may remember him as the hunky frontman for 90’s boy band 98 Degrees.  But if you ask Jeff Timmons, its been a long time since he graced stages the world over as part of the Grammy-nominated pop singing group.timmons1

Jeff Timmons is back, and better than ever.  He has reinvented himself, with a new solo singing career, as well as new media projects and endeavors.  The latest of which is a live interactive talk show on BlogTalkRadio where he interacts with fans, chats with friends, and shares his latest tunes.

Following the success of his 2004 solo album, Whisper That Way, which he wrote and arranged, Jeff has released his sophomore solo album in December of 2009, featuring new single, Emotional High.  Jeff is busy promoting the album and working with his multi-media distribution company, iamMedia.

Jeff joins The Alan Levy Show tonight at 8pm ET to discuss his career and how he is leveraging social media to promote his music.

Check out Jeff’s show on BlogTalkRadio.

Programming Highlights; March 3, 2010

Tune in to some great content from today on BlogTalkRadio.
*Please note that all show times are listed in EST time.
Today’s Programming Highlights:

18100-for-christieAlso at 1 PM Brian Back, founding editor and publisher of Sustainable Industries Journal, talks about his passion for clean energy, green building, and environmental technology, and what he sees for the future of the eco movement in All Things Health.

brian-back-for-christie3At 630 PM Master Shake welcomes Brian Cuban, Mark Cuban’s brother, from Dallas to talk about his work on his blog, The Cuban Revolution and his upcoming book.


18057-for-christieAt 7 PM PositiveDr. Tomás Lafayette Picard, author of Mental Housecleaning: Attitude Adjustments You Can Do in the Comfort and Privacy of Your Own Mind talks about his unusual approach to positive thinking on Aging Younger


650741_356x237At 8 PM Grammy-nominated pop singer and founding member of beloved boy band 98 Degrees, Jeff Timmons, discusses his solo career, social media projects, and charity work on The Alan Levy Show.


for-christie-goldsmithAt 10 PM The Movie Geeks continue their pre-Oscar festivities with exclusive interviews with Best Documentary nominees Rick Goldsmith and Judith Ehrlich of The Most Dangerous Man in America: Daniel Ellsberg and the Pentagon Papers.

Thousands of live radio shows broadcast live everyday on BlogTalkRadio. Find out what’s on live now.

It’s A Highly Revealing Edition of ‘The Mix’

True to its task of bringing you the best moments from our unmatched mix of social-radio programming, The Daily Mix goes that extra mile this week.

How so? By revealing even more juicy details than usual. You’ll learn, for instance:

“We were just screwing around in college, trying to hook up and meet all these pretty girls,” Jeff (above) tells us of 98 Degrees’ early days.

“We were just screwing around in college, trying to hook up and meet all these pretty girls,” Jeff (above) tells us of 98 Degrees’ early days.

—What names 98 Degrees founder Jeff Timmons originally dreamed up for his multi-platinum-selling boy band.

—Why ’90s party boy Christopher “Kid” Reid says in the same breath, “There was champagne flyin’ everywhere” and “None of them ever bothered changing their clothes.”

—What The Twilight Saga: New Moon cast member Daniel Cudmore means when he says, “I might have a lot of Edward fans coming after me and trying to attack me.”

—Why Whose Line Is It Anyway? funnyman Brad Sherwood says of himself and his comedy partner, Colin Mocherie, “We’re seething serial killers.”

—When she says, “We were hit with all kinds of fines,” what anti-war activist Cindy Sheehan is referring to.

—What compels one of the hosts of The Worst Show on The Web to give guest The Ukulady “the finger.”

—Why Blaire “The Love Guru” Allison defends a lovelorn male caller by saying, “His ex didn’t really want to talk.”

So don’t miss The Mix, hosted by everyone’s favorite pod jockey, Shaun Daily, tonight – and every Monday – at 9 p.m. ET!

To tune in, click here.